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Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body

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Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body . / Michelsen, Anders Ib.

15th International Seminar on Literature Studies: matterings beyond the determinate body . red. / Heidrun Krieger Olinto; Karl Erik Schøllhammer; Juliana Gervason Defilippo. Rio de Janeiro : Editora PUC-Rio, Edicões Loyola og IUPERJ, 2020.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningfagfællebedømt

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Michelsen, AI 2020, Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body . i HK Olinto, KE Schøllhammer & JG Defilippo (red), 15th International Seminar on Literature Studies: matterings beyond the determinate body . Editora PUC-Rio, Edicões Loyola og IUPERJ, Rio de Janeiro.

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Michelsen, A. I. (2020). Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body . I H. K. Olinto, K. E. Schøllhammer, & J. G. Defilippo (red.), 15th International Seminar on Literature Studies: matterings beyond the determinate body Rio de Janeiro: Editora PUC-Rio, Edicões Loyola og IUPERJ.

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Michelsen AI. Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body . I Olinto HK, Schøllhammer KE, Defilippo JG, red., 15th International Seminar on Literature Studies: matterings beyond the determinate body . Rio de Janeiro: Editora PUC-Rio, Edicões Loyola og IUPERJ. 2020

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Michelsen, Anders Ib. / Fleshy creativity: matterings beyond the determinate body . 15th International Seminar on Literature Studies: matterings beyond the determinate body . red. / Heidrun Krieger Olinto ; Karl Erik Schøllhammer ; Juliana Gervason Defilippo. Rio de Janeiro : Editora PUC-Rio, Edicões Loyola og IUPERJ, 2020.

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